Shopping Markets in Delhi

Shopping is always on top of the itinerary chart for any tourist visiting Delhi. There are whole lot of items of tourist choice, such as jewelery, carpets, handicrafts, precious stones, silks and silver ware - all synonymous with India. Connaught Place, Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk are the principle shopping areas. Baba Kharak Singh Marg, near Parliament Street is dotted with multiple emporiums, offering the famous handicraft artifacts of different states of India under one roof at government-controlled prices.

The distinct feature of Delhi market is that every shopping hub has its own ambience and specialty. Haus Khas Village, Connaught Place and Chandni Chowk have distinct features and have their own special attractions, yet each of them showcases an appearance of this historical city. To know the real culture and traditions of city, the best way is to stroll or wander around through its market places, for it is here that contemporary culture is most visible to the visitors.

Exotic purchase options include silk products, precious stones, leather and woodwork, jewellery, art and craft products and what not. You can find anything everything from anywhere in the country.

Below are listed some of the popular markets in Delhi

  1. Barakhamba Road

    Barakhamba Road, one of the busiest roads in Delhi, connects Mandi House roundabout near Sahitya Akademi and Doordarshan Kendra to Connaught Place. The road is dotted with several commercial buildings such as Vijaya Building, New Delhi House, and Statesman Building. National Museum of Natural History, Modern School, and Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran are some of the prominent landmarks... more
  2. Chandni Chowk

    The favourite daughter of Shahjahan, Jahanara laid the foundation of today Chandni Chowk which is the largest trading centre of North India. Also known as the moonlit square, it is located in the the main street of Old Delhi. Situated opposite the Red Fort, the bazaar has several galis (lanes). Each of these galis represent a speciality of this market, for example the parathawali gali famous for... more
  3. Chawri Bazar

    Chawri Bazaar, one of the busiest trading centers, is near Chandni Chowk, Delhi. The market specializes in antique copperware and brassware, bells, lamps, ashtrays, masks, boxes, devotional pictures of shrines, paper, stationary items and musical instruments. In the nineteenth century, the place was famous for its dancing girls. The word chawri is derived from the Sanskrit word 'chawat', which... more
  4. Connaught Place

    Built by the British, Connaught Place is quite close to the New Delhi railway station Delhi's most popular shopping centre offers almost everything under the sun. It's old too, being in existence since 1931. The state emporia buildings are also located in this area so are the head offices of major banks, airlines and other such places of importance to the tourist. The complex, popularly referred... more
  5. DaryaGanj

    Daryaganj continues to be a major commercial hub of modern Old Delhi. The district bustles with shoppers from Monday to Saturday, and on Sunday is home to India's largest platform market for magazines and second hand books. Daryaganj is also famous for its all time favourite markets like the Sunday Market or the Kitab Bazaar (Book Market) that is held every Sunday on street pavements. One may... more

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  7. Greater Kailash

    Greater Kailash (often referred as GK) is a very affluent, upmarket and exclusive area of South Delhi, consisting of several residential colonies and multiple markets with modern retail outlets and designer wear stores. Among the most trendy shops in India, Greater Kailash boasts of housing a large number of these. There are also several night clubs, bars, pubs and restaurants serving various... more
  8. Gurgaon

    Now it is recognized as one of the most important business hubs of North India. To capitalize on the foreign investment and new business opportunities, numerous tall structures were built around the city to accommodate the rapid growth. Surrounding villages were absorbed into Gurgaon as the city rapidly expanded outwards. The tallest highrise office and residential buildings are mostly located... more
  9. Indirapuram

    There are shops in most of the societies for day to day shopping. Shipra Mall from Shipra Group is one of the key place for shopping and movies in Jam Multiplex. Pacific Mall at Kaushambi, Shopprix Mall at Kaushambi and Vaishali provide shopping alternatives along with other malls which are coming up in this area. Big Bazaar and quite a few new resturants in Aditya Mega Mall have already opened,... more
  10. ITO

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